Scholarship of Teaching & Learning

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MMU CELT Scholarship of teaching and learning research grant 2015/16

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Chris Chambers

AppleTV Pilot Project
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Jack Christian

Teaching Ethics and Sustainability to Accounting Students – A Student View
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Stephanie Daza

Exploring the impact of research as pedagogy on university strategic initiatives to enhance student experience, employability and internationalisation.

Ben Edwards

Critically vlogging the field school. Innovative approaches to student learning and assessment through co-produced digital narratives
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Josephine Gabi

Student Persistence: An Investigation into factors affecting HE student progression and success
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John Goldring

Identifying key social indicators of students Those Who Delay Seeking Help and Support when Applying for Exceptional Factors
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Michaela Harrison & Samantha Fox

Critical exploration of the use of an online writing forum for developing professional practice
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Helena Kettleborough

What gives life to student and staff learning? - Explorations in creative approaches to motivate and inspire students
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Annabel Kiernan

Should we Scale-Up? An evaluation of an interdisciplinary Scale-Up classroom experience
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Geraldine Lee-Treweek

Bringing the World into the Curriculum: an evaluation of the impact of ‘skyping in’ international speakers on three undergraduate units involving global issues
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Patricia Linton & Tor Yip

Augmented reality as a learning and teaching tool in the sciences
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Hannah Matthews

Enhancing student experience through embedding Education for Sustainable Development in the curriculum
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Theresa Nicholson

Engaging students as partners in the design and development of an inclusive curriculum
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Rachel Rimmer

Making Material Meaningful: Nurturing the ‘Thinking Dancer’ in the Higher Education Dance Technique Class.
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Paul Smith & Edwin Harris

Personalized education using adaptive learning: One size doesn’t have to fit all
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Richard Whittle

Interventions for student progression and success: evidence from a field experiment